Crock Pot Hot Rolls

Crock Pot Hot Rolls from Kelli's Kitchen

Crock Pot Hot Rolls from Kelli’s Kitchen

Nearly every Sunday night, we have “dinner”. I usually cook something that takes more time and effort than either of us prepare during the week. On those nights, we have Rhodes Rolls. At least on those nights that I remember to put them out to rise in the early afternoon. Sometimes we get busy and I forget which is a shame because a fresh almost-homemade roll makes dinner so much more special. Now I have found a way to make those rolls even if I forget! The process is so amazing I find it magical! Make those rolls in your Crock Pot, yes, I said Crock Pot! This is all you do:
Get out your Crock Pot

Crock Pot Hot Rolls from Kelli's Kitchen

Crock Pot Hot Rolls from Kelli’s Kitchen

And some Rhodes Rolls

Crock Pot Hot Rolls from Kelli's Kitchen

Put in parchment paper and spray with some non-stick spray

Crock Pot Hot Rolls from Kelli's Kitchen

Crock Pot Hot Rolls from Kelli’s Kitchen

 

Place in several Rhodes frozen rolls

Crock Pot Hot Rolls from Kelli's Kitchen

Set to low for 1 hour and 15 minutes – This will be the rising time and should look about like this when that time is up

Crock Pot Hot Rolls from Kelli's Kitchen

Crock Pot Hot Rolls from Kelli’s Kitchen

Turn to high for 1 hour and 15 minutes – they will look like this: done but not browned on top

Crock Pot Hot Rolls from Kelli's Kitchen

Crock Pot Hot Rolls from Kelli’s Kitchen

Turn your broiler on and after placing on a baking sheet, brush the rolls with butter and allow to brown for about 1 minute

Crock Pot Hot Rolls from Kelli's Kitchen

Crock Pot Hot Rolls from Kelli’s Kitchen

Done!

Crock Pot Hot Rolls from Kelli's Kitchen

Crock Pot Hot Rolls from Kelli’s Kitchen

So, if you remember that you forgot to set the rolls out and you still have 2 and ½ hours until you serve, you can still do it! How easy was that?

We had a special Mardi Gras Parfait to celebrate upcoming parades and parties. These will be fun for kids – just make instant lemon or banana (I used banana) and mix green food coloring in ½ and put purple food coloring in part of the Cool Whip then layer – Fun!

Mardi Gras Parfait from Kelli's Kitchen

Mardi Gras Parfait from Kelli’s Kitchen

Y’all have a great Saturday!

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  1. says

    I recently tried this recipe for cooking Rhodes rolls in the crockpot, and absolutely loved it! The rolls turn out great every time! =)
    Love your Mardi Gras recipe!

  2. quilt32 says

    I’m going to have to experiment to see if I can use my own yeast dough this way.

    Love the Mardi Gras parfaits.
    Lillian
    lillianscupboard.wordpress.com

    • says

      I’m a very picture-oriented person!! I have to see pictures of things all the time that others find ridiculous – especially in the blogging/cooking world. That’s why I always take as many pix as I can. Glad you enjoyed it!

    • says

      The one I used for these rolls was from Target and it is only a 3 quart instead of our regular sized one which is much bigger and heavier – worked great! Often I will use that small pot nowadays since there is just two of us and there are still generally leftovers to freeze – except for these rolls. Mr. Picky Eater ate like a pig!

  3. says

    Rolls in the crock pot?!? Get outta town!! I am so trying this for the holidays. I always end up cooking the rolls ahead of time, of making everyone wait to eat, until the rolls are done, LOL. Thank you so much for linking this to Simple Supper Tuesday. Hope to see you again next week!

  4. says

    This is genius! I had no idea I could do rolls like that! Thank you so much for sharing this at Wednesday Extravaganza – see you there again this week with more deliciousness :)

    • Kelli says

      You are going to love it! They haven’t failed me yet – or anyone else I have talked to. Thanks for dropping by and please come back again!

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